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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: We draw near to God by no corporeal steps, 2 1, 3 | from Him; thus, to draw near to or to withdraw ~signifies 3 1, 53 | not reach sooner what is near than ~what is remote. Much 4 1, 53 | to ~be moved to what is near, before being moved to what 5 1, 55 | indifferent as to what is ~near or distant. Nevertheless 6 1, 54 | not reach sooner what is near than ~what is remote. Much 7 1, 54 | to ~be moved to what is near, before being moved to what 8 1, 56 | indifferent as to what is ~near or distant. Nevertheless 9 1, 88 | indifferent ~to what is near or distant. Hence knowledge 10 1, 91 | for that office; ~hence near relations are debarred from 11 1, 92 | 83, qu. 51) ~"approach so near to God in likeness, that 12 1, 92 | which have knowledge, are so near to Him in likeness ~that 13 1, 107 | as the lowest animals are near to the plants. Now the first ~ 14 2, 7 | touches it, or is placed near it. Accordingly, whatever ~ 15 2, 32 | longer a person remains near the fire, the more he is 16 2, 40 | catch it: whereas, if ~it be near, it makes a movement towards 17 2, 42 | die, but as death is not near, they heed it not." ~Secondly, 18 2, 42 | corruptive, be apprehended as near ~at hand, and yet with some 19 2, 42 | not ~always threaten from near at hand: and consequently 20 2, 42 | since it ~threatens not from near, it is not feared, as stated 21 2, 43 | reckoned as an evil to come, near at hand and difficult to ~ 22 2, 44 | they ~are apprehended as near to us, as stated above ( 23 2, 44 | the tracheal artery being near the heart. The lower lip, 24 2, 70 | regard to things that are near it; thirdly, in regard to 25 2, 70 | disposed as regards what is near him, viz. his ~neighbor, 26 2, 73 | long way from ~it or stay near it, since privations do 27 2, 73 | the case if the person be near of kin, because, as ~Cicero 28 2, 87 | Reply OBJ 3: Those who are near of kin are said to be punished, 29 2, 99 | being derived from a town near ~Rome called "Caere": since, 30 2, 102 | plant no grove, nor any tree near the altar of the Lord thy ~ 31 2, 102 | unclean. The bat, which flies near the ground, signifies those 32 2, 102 | mother, and others thus ~near of kin to them. But the 33 2, 103 | decayeth and groweth old, is near its end."~Aquin.: SMT FS 34 2, 105 | faith; and those of their ~near kindred, on account of the 35 2, 105 | those nations ~who dwelt near them, because it was more 36 2, 106 | for us . . . let us draw ~near." Therefore no state of 37 2, 113 | withdraw from sin and draw near to justice.~Aquin.: SMT 38 2, 113 | withdraw from sin and to draw near to justice, in an act of ~ 39 2, 113 | detest sin, and to draw ~near to God; and this consent 40 2, 113 | from ~evil before drawing near to good, according to Ps. 41 2, 14 | sensible objects ~that are near at hand, or of great power.~ 42 2, 14 | more passive to what is near them than to ~what is remote. 43 2, 25 | yet ~because he is not as near to the man who has charity, 44 2, 25 | than those who are not so near to Him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 45 2, 26 | greater force on what is near than ~on what is distant, 46 2, 28 | when another's ~evil comes near to us, so as to pass to 47 2, 32 | rather those who seem to be near us, as the ~Philosopher 48 2, 34 | station, but those who are near him, and whom he ~strives 49 2, 47 | more see things ~that are near. Now foresight enables a 50 2, 148 | mercy, that it come not near me. But full feeding sometimes 51 2, 152 | relations, who are descended in ~near degree from the same parents: 52 2, 171 | rather, as it were, from near at ~hand, according to Ps. 53 2, 172 | prophecy of David approaches near to the vision of ~Moses, 54 2, 178 | towards things that are near it"; secondly, "its uplifting 55 2, 178 | accidents that surround a thing near at hand or far remote, the 56 3, 31 | died without children, a near relation of his married 57 3, 36 | first-fruits of the Jews, as being near to Him; and afterwards came 58 3, 36 | certain tribe in the far east near the ocean was ~in the possession 59 3, 36 | distinctly, unless it were near the earth. And, as he [Chrysostom] ~ 60 3, 36 | heavens, but in the air near the earth, and that its 61 3, 36 | indolence of the Jews who lived near at hand, might be ~proved 62 3, 41 | man causes himself to be near to sin by not ~avoiding 63 3, 66 | Heb. 10:22): "Let us draw near with a ~true heart in fulness 64 3, 78 | said to be new which is near the beginning of ~its existence. 65 3, 85 | child, when ~she draweth near the time of her delivery, 66 3, 89 | never [Vulg.: 'not'] come near to Me, to do the office 67 Suppl, 14| none, they are not equally near to the reception of good ~ 68 Suppl, 25| claimed for it a man who lives near that church, or ~the clergy 69 Suppl, 25| according as a man approached near ~to that cause, so would 70 Suppl, 25| OBJ 4: A person who lives near the church, and the priest 71 Suppl, 32| sometimes those who are ~near departure are in good health, 72 Suppl, 32| be anointed, and that ~as near as possible to the part 73 Suppl, 36| very fact that they are near God, and have a greater 74 Suppl, 38| necessary ~not only to be near him but also to have fulness 75 Suppl, 38| although the latter Order is near to his.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 76 Suppl, 41| were commanded not to go near their wives (Ex. ~19:20); 77 Suppl, 64| commanded (Ex. 19:15): "Come not near your wives," when ~namely 78 Suppl, 72| reason of which they come near to ~corruption.~Aquin.: 79 Suppl, 81| equally soon to what is near and what ~is distant, is 80 Suppl, 85| of ~Antichrist as being near or imminent; as related


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